I had a Publishing Plan coaching call with this writer who was feeling overwhelmed by their book idea and frustrated by their lack of “progress.”
Here’s what they said about our session:
“In our first hour of coaching, Amanda got right to the heart of the key issue that was holding me back, devised a realistic action plan to get things on track, and had me re-engaging with my writing the very next day. The depth of her knowledge about the publishing industry, combined with her extensive writing and editing experience, gives her a unique, expert perspective that any writer—whether you’re writing fiction, non-fiction, or anything else—will benefit from.”
**I am now booking spots for my coaching program in July.**
The Publishing Plan is one hour of coaching with me, and a written summary with action steps so you can hit the ground running. It’s an affordable investment in your writing career, and customized for YOUR needs.
I designed The Publishing Plan for writers (established and aspiring) who are wondering “what do I do now?”
Maybe you have an idea but no manuscript, and you’re wondering if you should hire an editor or build an outline.
Or you have a manuscript but don’t know what to do with it. Hire an editor? Find an agent? Write a book proposal?
Or you’ve published a book before and you’re curious about exploring other publishing options, like self-publishing or hybrid publishing, but you don’t know where to start.
I’m an award-winning book editor with fifteen years’ experience in traditional and hybrid publishing. I edit fiction and non-fiction, and I have seen it all—no question too big or small, no draft too “messy” to share 🙂
Reach out and let’s book your spot for July! Then you can rest easy when you head to the beach or cottage, and jump back into your manuscript either on your summer holiday or when you go “back to school” in September.
Book here: https://amandalewis.org/contact/
“In our first hour of coaching, Amanda got right to the heart of the key issue that was holding me back, devised a realistic action plan to get things on track, and had me re-engaging with my writing the very next day.”